A Contemporary Writer for a Contemporary World
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Writing novels has been a lifelong dream. I still get hugely excited every time I hold one of my books or see it in a bookshop. I write because I love it, because I want to understand the world better and because I believe that stories are as important to us as food, water, shelter and oxygen.
Stories give us joy, they help us make sense of our past, our present and the baffling world in which we live. Perhaps more than anything, they give us a little glimpse into lives other than our own and so make us more sensitive to our fellow creatures. I couldn’t image a world in which I didn’t write. I hope you love reading my stories as much as I loved writing them.See my book range
I came across Gae Polisner‘s beautiful Young Adult novel, The Memory of Things when I was looking for books that addressed one of the themes that I’ve been exploring recently: memory loss especially as a result of traumatic experiences. I felt so grateful to have stumbled across such a touching, beautifully written story about young love […]
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The Milo Game
The wonderful Emma Williams from Little, Brown, has created a brilliant game to give readers an insight into Milo’s eye condition: Retinitis Pigmentosa. The game is great fun and gives readers clues about the novel too. Have a go and see whether you can get the highest score!Play the game